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    Hi, for a school project, i need to know what these ingreedients [in conditioner] are used for.
    Also how they are made [conditions of lab and what elements used]

    Any help appreciated! I'm just looking for a hint in the right direction I suppose - I think alcohol is used for the untangling of hair, and water to bulk up and make the mixture run smooth. But I cant think of what the others do!


    Water
    Steryle Alcohol
    Behentrimonium Chloride
    Bis-aminoproply Dimethycone
    Fragrance
    Methycloroisothyzolinone


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    think about acidity/basicity of conditioner, what do you think they need to do to make it user friendly


    everything is mathematical.
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    I've found out the bis-aminopropyl dimethicone us used to keep the hair straight. Water to induce low viscosity. Steryl Alcohol to kill bacteria, nits and head lice, as well as adding a shine to it. Behentrimonium Chloride is anti bacterial as well. I can't find anything on Methycloroisothyzolinone
    though. I think that might b enough though.
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